Picture of  Kim Janzen

Kim Janzen Lab Manager

Address
Global Institute for Water Security 11 Innovation Boulevard Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7N 3H5 Canada

Education

  • 2006-2008: MSc in Physical Geography at University of Saskatchewan, Canada
  • 2000-2006: BSc in Geography at University of Saskatchewan, Canada

Work Experience

  • 2014-present: Lab Manager & Isotope Technician, University of Saskatchewan (Global Institute for Water Security)
  • 2012-2014: Research Associate joint position with the University of Saskatchewan (Geography) and Environment Canada

Publications

Janzen K.F., and C.J. Westbrook. 2011. Hyporheic flows along a channelled peatland: influence of beaver dams. Canadian Journal of Water Resources 36(4), 331-347. DOI: 10.4296/crwj3604846

Evans M., Davies M., Janzen K., Muir D., Hazewinkel R., Kirk J., and de Boer D. 2016. PAH distributions in sediments in the oil sands monitoring area and western Lake Athabasca: Concentration, composition and diagnostic ratios. Environmental Pollution. 213, 671-687. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2016.03.014

Conference Presentations

  • 2013 Community and scientific monitoring of Great Slave Lake water quality, NCP 20th Anniversary Results Workshop (Poster)
  • 2013 Community and scientific monitoring of the Greate Slave Lake ecosystem, North West Territories Cumulative Impact Monitoring, Results Workshop (Presentation)
  • 2008 Hyperheic flow in a mountain riverine system, Canadain Geophysical Union (CGU) (Poster)
  • 2008 Hyperheic flow in a mountain riverine system, CGU-Hydrology Section (HS), Western Student Conference (Presentation)
  • 2007 Hyperheic flow through a peat dominated wetland, CGU-HS, Western Student Conference (Presentation)